Although used in a second grade classroom, this would be a great way to display student poetry in the classroom, especially for open house. Students could hang up their favorite poem that they have written.
Asking Questions Chart! I love this brightly colored anchor chart. Great idea to have a board already made. You could put it in the library center with sticky notes and have students do the activity on their own after you have done it as a class.
Literary devices interactive dictionary, grades Students become familiar with literacy devices by making their own dictionary. A great way to help students explore figurative language with fun, engaging activities!
This four-day lesson plan with printables will have your students understanding and writing alliterative sentences, culminating in a fun Alliteration Pyramid Poem! There are 3 different levels for a final copy of the pyramid poem. The Alliteration Pyramid Poems make use of some parts of speech (nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs), so this activity incorporates a number of skills!
Check out these Poem of the Week packs for first and second grade! Poems and activities for the whole year! It's a great way to incorporate poetry every day. can be used for shared reading, word work, daily literacy stations, and more!